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Yards Brewing Company Goes Green

Yards Brewing Company has grown significantly since they began making craft beer back in the mid ’90s. The new digs they got on North Delaware […]

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Super Fresh is Coming to Northern Liberties

The second-story supermarket spot at 2nd and Girard in Northern Liberties will be occupied by a Super Fresh. The news comes after the plans for […]

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Borders Closes Remaining Stores

Borders Group Inc. has been closing stores recently. Today it is reported that Borders has decided to close its remaining 399 stores—including the 20 or […]

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Outlet Stores at the Jersey Shore Get New Owners

Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. has spent $199.3 million to become the new owners of the Walk in Atlantic City and other outlet centers in […]

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Former Chester County Broker Charged With Fraud

John C. Lucidi Jr. used to work at Global Mortgage and Challenge Financial Investment Corp.—both companies in West Chester—when he allegedly helped friends and family […]

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Villanova Comes to the Navy Yard

Beginning in August, Villanova graduate students will be able to use a technology park in Philadelphia’s Navy Yard while pursuing their degrees. A small classroom […]

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Cigna is Moving to Connecticut

Cigna has announced that it’s moving its headquarters to Bloomfield, Connecticut to get $50 million in tax breaks and job-training grants. The move will also […]

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The FCC has Served Comcast Over the Tennis Channel

A lawyer for the Federal Communications Commission has accused Comcast of treating the Tennis Channel unfairly. Comcast has denied the attempts of Tennis Channel’s owners […]

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Wharton’s Coursekit Leaves for New York City

Three UPenn students created Coursekit, intended to challenge Blackboard as the go-to for universities and professors wishing to conduct scholastic activities online, and have since […]

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Philadelphia Orchestra Receives Large Donations

The Philadelphia Orchestra has issued a statement detailing $11.2 million of donations from civic leaders, city organizations and their own board. Additionally, they’ve received $16.3 […]

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Harrisburg Mayor Stages Hunger Strike

Harrisburg Mayor Linda Thompson has apparently found her inner Gandhi. Thompson, along with a dozen or so Christian, Jewish and Muslim religious leaders, has begun […]

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Philly Fed Index Plummets

The Federal Reserve Bank of Pennsylvania revealed that the manufacturing output for the Philadelphia region dropped significantly this month. Speculation is that high gas prices […]

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Extreme Makeover: Cable-Interface Edition

Right after announcing plans to bring Skype to your TV, Brian Roberts is ready to show off the cable conglomerate’s “next generation Xfinity TV experience.” […]

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Andre Agassi to Fund Philly Charter School

Tennis superstar Andre Agassi and a group of investors—which includes Citibank, Intel Capital and former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan—have an interesting project. Agassi, who […]

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Brian Roberts Plays Roller Coaster Tycoon

Comcast is poised to buy out the Blackstone Group’s half of the stake in Universal Orlando, which includes The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The […]